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September 1, 2004

Paul Keetch (Proxy Blog)

Liberal Democrat MP for Hereford, former Shadow Defence Secretary
http://paulkeetch.blogspot.com/

Proxy blog by: 'Keetchwatch'

Launched: September 01, 2004

Format: Blogger.com (standard template)

Comments: Yes
Trackback: No
Syndication: No

And last updated on... September 01, 2004

This one came and went like a thief in the night.

Paul Keetch himself operates a party-aided webiste at http://www.paulkeetch.co.uk/ that includes regular sequentially-arranged entries, but no visible two-way communication.

Posted by timireland on September 1, 2004 11:37 AM in the category Blogs: Proxies


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